One of the most frequently asked questions about singing the whole Psalter – all of the psalms with all of the verses – is this question: What about the imprecatory psalms, those that call down curses on one’s enemies? How do we sing them as Christians?
The Bible reminds us that God is good, he created a good world, and that he loves us. Beyond this, our experience with pain and suffering largely remains a mystery. There are, however, common myths that should be dispelled. Watch this Seven Minute Seminary from Carolyn Moore to learn more about a biblical theology of suffering.
Battles between “Science and Religion” and “Atheism and Faith” continue in academia and general culture. In this debate, Dr. Michael Ruse and Dr. Michael Peterson debate the issues at the level of worldview explanation.
It would appear that our world is under some kind of curse, plagued with floods, landslides, earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, tsunamis, avalanches, volcanic eruptions and...
Did God love the Egyptians when he struck Egypt with plagues? In the larger biblical narrative, the answer is obviously yes. But when reading the Exodus story, its difficult to come to terms with. In this article, Craig Keener explains how and why God loved the Egyptians.
http://youtu.be/7hotJ7p0f9I Dr. Lawson Stone shares 7 points we must keep in mind when encountering violence in the Old Testament. View our growing playlist of Seven Minute...
Recent news about senior leaders in the organization Planned Parenthood has rightfully sparked outrage about the moral evil of abortion and the disturbing practice of harvesting parts of aborted babies. In today's article, John Adams provides 5 insightful reasons why the church should persist in its condemnation of this abhorrent industry.
Is the outrage against Donald Trump's words simply political posturing? Mark Benjamin shares the most candid truth regarding sexual abuse.
There are many different ways to approach and explain just what happened on the cross. Even as different theologies of atonement abound, there is also the argument of whether atonement theology is even necessary in our modern world. Taylor Brown offers insight on this discussion.
Violence done in the name of religious and political ideology by people who do not represent their governments has become a pressing issue, while people victimized by terrorism—both strong and vulnerable—struggle to answer with a successful response. In this Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. James Thobaben introduces us to current issues involved with terrorism and possible Christian responses.